Flaminian Way[flə min′ē ən]
Flaminian Way definition by Webster's New World
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ancient Roman paved highway from Rome to Ariminum (Rimini): c. 210 mi (338 km)
Origin: after the Roman censor Gaius Flaminius
Flaminian Way definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An ancient Roman road that was the principal artery between Rome and Cisalpine Gaul. It was begun in 220 B.C. by the Roman general Gaius Flaminius (died 217).